Posted September 17, 2012 on
Missouri Tigers head coach Gary Pinkel, Kenronte Walker and several members of the team addressed the media on Monday to discusss the Arizona State win in detail along with looking ahead to South Carolina this week.
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On Saturday, red-shirt freshman QB Corbin Berkstresser made his first career start for Missouri in the Tigers’ 24-20 win over visiting Arizona State.He spoke with ShowMeMizzou.com about the game and living his dream as Mizzou's starting QB.
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The Missouri Tigers were quick to extend an offer to Columbia (MO) Rock Bridge 2013 defensive tackle A.J. Logan early into his 2012 senior season. ShowMeMizzou.com has highlights from Logan's early games to give you an idea of his talents.
The Missouri Tigers continue to try and build their football program with strong recruiting and have extended and early offer to one of the top 2014 prospect's in in the region. He attended the Arizona State game, and ShowMeMizzou.com spoke with him following it.
The Missouri Tiger defense help save the day late in the 4th quarter behind a Kenronte Walker INT in the end zone to help preserve a 24-20 win for Mizzou over the Arizona State Sun Devils.
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